Visitors of all ages can get a grip on history when helping hands are needed to plant trees, cut firewood and ready logs for the sawmill. Those who like working the old fashion way can use a two-man saw to cut rounds that will then be split into firewood, wheel chocks and barn peg planks. The very young can help by carrying woods shaving and kindling into the farmhouse for use in the cook stove. Parking and admission are free. For more information please call (609) 737-3299. Photo taken by Jeff Kelley.